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at "red eye" can give special thanks to peta for continuing to supply us with endless topics we can discuss with our special brand of rye humor. gobble, gobble, guys. isn't it nice where facebook is so private and you can share photos and comments without consequences ? it is not? we will discuss. and finally, being fat can protect you from depression? well, what is protecting me? my ace in the hole, denial 1k3* repression. -- denial and repression. >> gobble, gobble indeedment i am here with fox business network liz mcdonald. author and screenwriter whose latest book came out earlier this month called "if we survive." bill schulz, he can't stop laughing right now and he thinks all taylor swift songs are about him. and next to me is jim norton. his special "please be offended" is now available on netflix. >>> is he making light of their plight? well, peta sent a let torte white house asking our newly elected president end the practice of pardoning a turkey. they prefer he killed them. actually they say it makes light of the mass slaughter of some 46 million gentle inteligent birds.
. >> gilles and peta. >> reporter: gilles marini and pita murgatroyd came one week away from the finals. >> he's such a hard worker. it's not fair. you should be in the finals. >> this is life. >> reporter: gilles said he would be teaching his young daughter that it's okay to lose. besides, he won a friend in this whole adventure. >> i'm taking away peta murgatroyd. i met someone exquisite. >> reporter: but peta had a few words about gilles, said through a few tears. >> he's amazing. and he taught me a whole lot of life lessons. yeah. friends for life. >> reporter: we've been through a tough double-elimination. and there will be another tough double-elimination next week. in los angeles, george pennacchio, for abc news. >> good for peta. pennacchio, for abc news. >> good for peta. >> i captioned by closed captioning services, inc.
. >> i don't think that's better. >> the cat didn't foe what was going on. >> why does peta want to take away an exciting night for a possum? >> i don't know. that's not that bad compared to what i do on new year's. i skin the possum alive and then eat its brains. that's way worse. nobody says peep to me. >> they probably didn't know until tonight. then you revealed it. >> oh, are we on tv? i forgot. >> andrew, you were saying in the green room expirks want to get this right so i will quote, podunk towns and their backward ass traditions make me sick to my stomach. can you elaborate? >> they do. no really, i mean this is classic peta. these are people that are going to throw blood on you if you are wearing a fur coat. there is no surprise here. it is just that people are upset there is finally some judicial over reach going on. people have their traditions. >> it is har estimate the story you would agree. >> yes. if we are going to see the end of all animal drops on new year's, this is potentially devastating. >> once again, will peta win any converts by taking away a town's fund. >> the
he should have said. now, peta and thanksgiving. now, this is nice, ladies and gentlemen. here is the latest peta quote. they're going to take out a billboard that says kids, big letters, kids, if you wouldn't eat your dog, why eat a turkey? happy thanksgiving, everyone! all right. and you say? >> i say bill, you fought the war on christmas and you have to fight these giglet -- gibb lets. it makes no sentor sense. listen, i love turkey. first of all, unless you're some sort of weird sicko, you don't golf an emotional attachment to a turkey like you do to your dog. i like turkey salad, greg likes turkey (bleep). it doesn't make any sense. so you have to stop this, bill. we're counting on you to do that. >> bill: look, all peta wants is publicity. i can't stop them from doing anything. the poor kids, you know, there you go and they're crying because you're carving up the turkey and they're in tears. come on, peta, give us a break. we know you don't like eating meat. this is what i say, if you didn't eat meat and control the animal population, who would be running the world? the t
the lives of these turkeys so why is peta so upset. the answer will have you saying "i degree -- i beg your pardon." . is this a trick to get my spot? [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. save on ground shipping at fedex office. often comes with a set of equally impressive instructions ? shouldn't something that's truly advanced, not need much explanation at all ? with the nokia lumia 822 on verizon, there's not much to learn because it's powered by windows... to let you do more than you ever imagined on your smartphone. exclusively with data sense-- a feature that makes the most of your plan. only on verizon. >>eric: president obama saving cobbler the turkey with a presidential pardon after staying at at five star hotel he will spend his life at mount vernon. peta says it is time to a the presidential pardon altogether. this is my favorite segment of the day. i love you guys, i mean, are you serious when you come up with these ideas or tongue-in-cheek to point out, to create some buzz to talk about the issues? you do not want the president to pardon the turkey? >>guest: well,
, for abc news. >> good for peta. >> live and in hd. this is "good morning washington." on your side. >> answer the head, and listen the widening scandal including former cia director david petraeus. president obama expected to make his first comment on the scandal of this afternoon at the white house. good morning, it is wednesday november 14. i am cynnÉ simpson. >> i am steve chenevy. let us get right to jacqui jeras. called out of their. >> yes. our weather had line is that it is a chilly start. many of us at or below the freezing mark. our coverage from washington is 36. but 32 in arlington and. sunny skies expected. looking forward to a dry and cool spell ahead that will last into the weekend. our cold front is offshore. as to conceal our picture here, highdominating our weather keeping us clear and cool. our temperatures staying in the 40's for the most part today. we will top out at around 50 degrees in the district. most of us will see temperatures in the upper 50's. more on the seven-day coming up. we will head over to traffic. >> we will start with a look at the beltway pu
it's a nice place to live in any case. of course not everybody likes this tradition, including peta. >> right. well, peta doesn't like the killing of any animals to be eaten or not. you know, i mean, there's discussion about whether or not, you know, these kinds of bird -- like i brought up the fact they're raised to be eaten. peta has a problem with that. these aren't exactly free-range turkeys that are out there. that is obviously peta trying to get itself in the news with this anytime there's an animal that's eaten. they're going to, you know, be able to try to insert itself. >> and i just was reminded by my intrepid producer that george bush, this is george w. bush. right? is that right? yeah. got bitten. >> got bit by a turkey. yeah. it's probably not the best idea to -- they're not exactly domestic animals so i don't think petting a bird, no matter your political skills, probably not a good idea. >> domenico, i hope you enjoy your turkey tomorrow and thank you for this little history lesson. >> i'm prepping dinner once again, hosting my family down here, so i will be getting -
on the matter next year. >>> it was a circus of sorts in downtown d.c. tonight. members of peta dressed as elephants and rallied outside the white house. they say they are calling on president obama to order the department of ag to free elephants used in the circus. >>> turning now to weather. it's friday. all we could get was sue, so we'll have to deal with it. >> have to deal with zea hey, lots smile about because after all this cold weather looks like a warm up. >> we need it, don't we? i think it's going to be extremely pleasant this weekend. we ditched the wind. tonight will be a nice one, too. take a jacket along if you are going out on the town like will thomas. are you going to be here later? >> a working guy tonight we have got a beautiful evening on tap although a little bit on the chilly side. we are going to get a nice bump up in temperatures omorrow. today's high was 58 degrees. 64 degrees tomorrow with mostly sunny skies. might be high, thin clouds that pass through from time to time. some of you get a three day weekend out of it because sunday is veteran's day. 68 degrees
. that is where, as you heard, a sense of injustice, a sense of discrimination. >> reporter: members of peta had a protest and talked about the shark fin. >> it is obtained by fishermen pulling the shark up and cut the fins off of the animals and throw them back in the water to slowly die. >> the governor signed the bill last year despite current laws that bans the practice of shark finning. >> [indiscernible] >> >> it is a delicacy. a lot of people like to seat it. >> reporter: back if chinatown we met a chinese american who liked the soup and supports the sharks. >> i wish i -- it is cruel how they treat the shark. dump them back in the water after they cut the fin. >> reporter: the bill takes effect in january but opponents are trying to stop it. live in san francisco, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> members of the indian tribe and supporters -- tribe held a protest. organizers say it it is the 13th year for the demonstration, the mall was built over the objections of the tribe who say the land is a sacred burial ground. thousands have been removed. >>> folks will find ways to get things. and they
. president obama pardoned some turkeys. peta has objected to the pardon saying -- >> what are you wearing? >> it's more like a chef's coat. >> really? you look like you're about to perform a state-sanctioned probe. >> last night david letterman was in on the turkey jokes with governor chris christie as the punch line. >> did you see him yesterday? he was testifying before a senate subcommittee. did you see this? >> i didn't. we have footage. >> the republican governors. and one of the reasons why you have 30 republican governors in america, and why we were the only organization to add strength, we went up from 29 to 30 republican governors is because people see us getting things done like this, getting things done for people. that's what we hope to emphasize and talk about. i don't think this is a core, philosophical examination we have to go through. what this is is about doing our job jobs. >> he was on "morning joe," that's where he was. >> that's funny. >> i don't remember that cooking segment on the show. do you remember that? >> yeah. yeah. >> he's always multi-tasking. >> since we'
of hippie dippie peta. he earned that fur by bagging himself an a bomb i hadable showman. folks, this political correctness must be stopped. sure, it starts with no smoking and fake fur. before you know it we're dissing high fat milk and cookies, living on kale chips and coconut water. mark my words santa is going to stop giving naughty kids coal and start giving them compact for es-- florescent bulbs because if they can take away santa's smoking they can take away all his bad habits. they will cut off his egg nothing, make him lose weight and no more saturday nights with his ho-ho-ho. --'s be right back. wwzo >> stephen: welcome back, everybody, my guest tonight is here to talk about his new documentary about the dust bowl. if he brings the grape, i'll bring the wrath. please welcome ken burns. (cheers and applause) hey, ken, good to see you. thanks so much for coming on. >> thank you for having me. >> stephen: all right, we have a melange of documentaries. >> we do. >> stephen: let's see, oscar nominated-- nominated emmy award documentary, civil war, jazz, prohibition, two d
. >> reporter: the second elimination came minutes later. >> giles and peta. >> reporter: they came one elimination away from next week's semifinals. >> he's so good and such a hard worker, it is not fair. you should be there in the finals. >> yeah, well, this is life, right. >> reporter: right. he said he would be teaching his young daughter it is okay to lose. besides, he won a friend. >> i'm taking away peta in my heart, in my life, i met someone no words >> reporter: she had a few words about giles through a few tears. >> he's amazing he thought me life lessons, friends for life. >> a tough double elimination, another tough double elimination next week. >> you can hear more from the booted couples coming up on "good morning america" at 7:00. >>> new floats will join your favorites in next week's macy's thanksgiving parade in new york city. preschool favorite will make her debut the teenaged mutant ninja turtles return probably with a different look. all the floats, including this new one from dominoes sugar being prepared across the hudson at a warehouse in new jersey. >>> next, exp
no turkeys will. the beatles legend is in a new ad campaign from peta, the animal rights people who don't want people eating meat whatsoever. i look at this and i think i don't want a brit telling me i can't eat turkey on thanksgiving day. you brought up a good point earlier in the show where you said, you know, if they want to bring people over to their cause, right and they want to make them individualtarians why do they do it on holidays when they offend people? this is a holiday centered around eating meat. >> greg: m mccarthy needs to watch out because it will hurt the sales op his last ten albums, because his music sucks. pardoning stupid is turkeys. as we know turkeys are not animal or birds, they're just meaty plants. animal rights activists jeply only go for the stuff we like. they don't care about the turkey vultures which are important, because they clean up the road kill, but because we have no more road kill renot having turkey vultures but animal rights act vists don't care because they don't make little old ladies and kids happy. the great thing about thanksgiving that is
peta, this thanksgiving paul mccartney is urging you to say no thanks to turkey and yes to a delicious cruelty free holiday meal of the instead they suggest viable alternatives like vegetable puree and delicious, delicious human flesh. in the turtle tank. see they can eat goldfish. why can't we eat meet? >> that is a t-shirt. >> a lot of work. >> tom, tom, tom. peta claims 45 million turkeys are consumed at thanksgiving. bad thing? good thing? >> great thing, protein. >> and carbohydrates. >> paul mccartney, like his ex-wife, has not a leg to stand on. >> that was terrible. >> but, i did. >> i will leave that in because i will condemn it. >> it is a man who doesn't want you to be cruel, yet did a duet with stey vee -- stevie wonder called "ebony and ivory" something stevie wonder never saw. the leer ricks "someone knocking on the door. somebody let him in." that is crew. >> so he offended amputees and blind people in one joke. we are not even to the halfway point of the show. >> he didn't offend reg stair yens though. vegetarians. >> jedediah, is mccartney a good spokesperson? >> i use
it calls an outdated thanksgiving tradition. the head of peta wants president obama to skip today's turkey pardoning ceremony saying it makes light of the mass slaughter of 47 million birds. peta is asking americans to forego meat. the president is set to pardon cobbler or gobbler 10 a.m. today. >>> a food bank is still short the number of turkeys it needs. we've been telling you about sacred heart for several days. today volunteers will be handing out the last of 4200 food boxes. organizers say they still need 200 more turkeys. to find out how you can help, go to abc7news.com click on see it on tv. >> a lot of help to be had. >>> this morning, were you joking about me driving 50 miles per hour. i bet a lot of folks are doing the same. some of that rain is heavy at times. >> some are slowing down, kristen drove 50 in reverse out of her driveway. >>> it is wet, glad to see kristen slowed and i know you will too this morning. we'll talk to see in a second to find out what is in store. radar-wise ponding on the roads everybody is dealing with slick streets this morning, they are all wet. stor
, maks and peta are gone. they join us this morning. i mean, look. >> they're my favorite people. and to me, the show took a hit. >> i gotta tell you. i love that foursome there. >> the crowd did not like it, either. they booed last night. >>> we begin with breaking news. david petraeus will testify tomorrow on capitol hill behind closed doors about the taken to u.s. consulate in libya. that, despite the ongoing sex scandal that forced him to resign last week. his mistress is suspected of storing significant amounts of military documents, including cass classified material at her home, this, in possible violation of federal law. >>> the top commander in afghanistan, john allen, is also under investigation. he's accused of exchanging potentially inappropriate e-mails with tampa socialite jill kelley. officials say most e-mails show no evidence of any sexual relationship. the president is expected to answer questions about the scandal this afternoon. we'll carry his news conference live here on abc at 1:30. >>> congresswoman nancy pelosi announced she's not retiring. she will stay
the burning question, is there any sexy left on the dance floor because kirstie, gilles, maks and peta are gone. they join us this morning. >> they're my favorite people. and to me, the show took a hit. >> the crowd did not like it, either. they booed last night. >>> first, let's get some news with josh. >> we're going to begin with the washington sex scandal that has more subplots than a spy novel. abc news has learned that former cia director, david petraeus' mistress, paula broadwell, seen here this morning, in fact, is suspected of storing significant amounts of military documents, classified material, possibly in violation of federal law. >>> also under investigation, the top u.s. commander in afghanistan, general john allen. for right now, the white house is standing by general allen who is accused of exchanging inappropriate e-mails with tampa socialite, jill kelly, the woman you see here who initiated the petraeus investigation. most of the e-mails in question show no evidence of any sexual relationship. >>> meanwhile, president obama is expected to answer questions about the s
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to clarify this. you don't want to kill your dog. the potential dog killer is your husband. >> i want p.e.t.a. to be clear on this. >> it comes as an extraordinary book. >> there is the president. he has got it again. pretty convincing in the end. and engulfed in the bizarre l i lurid tale of generals and sex what do you make of it? >> i think the biggest mistake that has been made is starting the investigation. >> i think this was un-necessary. i think it was tramabling on people's rights. privacy rights. >> you have two women competing for his affections. one that has been having the affair and one that has been flirtatious. >> do we know that was the way she was with general petreaus? >> either way, it is their squable and the next thing we know the cia trek tore is being grilled by the fbi and has to resign. and without any security to it. which appears to be the case. you are left with an affair and there may be a moral argument about it. as a cia director. i doubt it. >> it may be the last. he made the decision. what would you have said. if you were on the "today show requestshow". >>
't think so, we have the answer for you. >>> yeah, peta says don't drop the possum, it brothers it, sounds wrong? >> our legal guys will have much more on this very interesting case in 90 seconds. americans are always ready to work hard for a better future. since ameriprise financial was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans over the centuries. the strength of a global financial leader. the heart of a one-to-one relationship. together for your future. ♪ >>> there are a few people who start the new year with the ball drop in times square. but there are also a few people who flock to a tiny town in north carolina for the annual possum drop, that is right, possum, a real one, but this could be a different celebration since a judge is now nixing the tradition. let's bring in our legal guys, richard herman, a new york criminal defense attorney and law professor joins us from las vegas, nevada. gentlemen, thank you very much. this
are gone. >> steve: dingdong, the ding is dead. urped fire. peta people for ethical treatment for animals said the tradition has to stop. they said killing turkeys is no joke. they suggested a vegetarian alternative for obama and his family to eat at their thanksgiving celebration. >> alisyn: no turkey >> chris: i have had it? >> brian: you are not allowed to say that on tv. if your divorce is not going wel. perhaps spray painting the courthouse is a bad dead. audrey is behind bars of painting broken hearts and words free us. she is going through a messy divorce and custody battle. she is accused of spray painting the corporate of her husband's business. love gone awry. >> alisyn: imagine getting this while your child is on vacation. the girl is hanging on the edge of the grand canyon. it turns out it was a joke. instead of reassuring her mother she was save. she sent this terrifying photo. she was standing on a ledge. >> brian: i read about the story. don't get close to the edge. and this is really windy out there and she did that. >> steve: speaking of where is that. weather for the big
're spending the day at a swanky hotel, and then the president will pardon one of them. peta calls the pardon of turkeys misleading since the turkeys didn't do anything wrong. >>> last night south carolina congressman james clyburn talked about the credentials of susan rice, and he told reverend al sharpton that rice is qualified to be secretary of state. >> this lady is as qualified as anybody that's ever served in government. and i think that it's time for these people to stop this foolishness. now, i have to give senator mccain credit. he now put out a statement that he now knows that susan rice was not responsible for the information that she read. he now knows where it came from he's disappointed that nobody told him where it came from. i think it's time for him to apologize. >> each night the reverend al sharpton delivers a lively debate of the top headlines. don't miss "politics nation" 6:00 p.m. on msnbc. >>> bad news from hewlett-packard took wall street by surprise. hp plunged 12% after revealing a company it bought for $10 billion last year lied about its finances. the massive blun
with peta, and chaming in on the american-- he's a brit and he's chiming in on the american holiday of thanksgiving. and you, heather mills' ex. charles and david are steamed about this. with the fidelity stock screener, you can try strategies from independent experts and see wh criteria they use. such as a 5% yield on dividend-paying stocks. then you can customize the strategies and narrow down to exactly those stocks you want to follow. i'm mark allen of fidelity investments. the expert strategies feature is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. >> the man who i refer to as heather mills' ex-husband, now what i'm talking about, he has a message for americans on thanksgiving. don't eat turkey. it's part of a new ad campaign for peta. all right, david, let me, let me expound for a second here, this guy, whose picture is just on the screen. first of all, he insults-- >> sir paul mccartney. stuart: i refuse to use his name. >> a crazy ideas, but call him by his name. stuart: you're on the right trk. this
the loss mean for the future of u.s. intelligence? concern tony shaffer on that yet. >> then, peta now targeting your kids. take a look at its latest billboard to keep turkey off the menu this thanksgiving. has this group gone too far? [turkey gobbling] >> we report, you decide: gobble, gobble, gobble. where others fail, droid powers through. introducing the new droid razr maxx hd by motorola. now more than ever droid does. [ male announcer ] jill and her mouth have lived a great life. but she has some dental issues she's not happy about. so i introduced jill to crest pro-health for life. selected for people over 50. pro-health for life is a toothpaste that defends against tender, inflamed gums, sensitivity and weak enamel. conditions people over 50 experience. crest pro-health for life. so jill can keep living the good life. crest. life opens up when you do. >> welcome back, intel community bombshell just dayed before he was scheduled to testify on benghazi, cia director general david petraeus resigns citing extra marital affair even for the future of u.s. intelligence. joining us now
dog kill ser your husband? >> y. >> you are the dog lover? >> yes, i want p.e.t.a. to be very clear on this. it an extraordinary story, but the president has just been re-elected and very brilliantly in the end, and then immediately involved in the lurid tale of generals and sex and whatever else? what do you make of it? >> i think that biggest mistake that was made was starting the investigation to begin with. >> i totally agree with that. >> and i believe it is unnecessary and trampling on people's rights and privacy rights. >> well, in the end, you have two women competing for the after f affections and one who is having the affair and one who isn't, and one that is flirtatious that we know by the way she behaved with other generals? >> do we know is the way she was around othpetraeus? >> well, we know that is the way she was around florida and there was a little squabble and the next thing the cia director is being grilled and has to resign without any security aspect to it which is the case. so you are left with an affair that would have left uncovered and now maybe a moral arg
either cobbler or gobbler this morning during the annual white house turkey pardoning sermon. peta is asking the president to skip the tradition and operate for tofurkey instead. >>> -- >> dove tailing on what you have said, no reports of any delays, even with the rain and low ceiling. i've gone to alternate sites on the they are saying no delays mainly chicago, detroit and cleveland. live doppler, you can see our intensity of the rain is waning, we still have wet weather through moon when it becomes scattered. low visibilities, but it going to be much brighter into the afternoon. we'll have upper 50s to low 60s at the coast. >>> to recap: bay bridge toll not bad, looks like some are taking the day off, metering lights on, you can see it is relatively light heading into san francisco no issues on the upper deck, bart 10 to 15 minute delay, daly city line, no other mass transit issues now. fatal accident in san jose mckey at jackson story alum rock that whole block eastbound shutdown, westbound getting through. accident eastbound 4, too. >>> the abc7 news continues in 25 minutes wit
of the animal rights group peta demonstrated outside of a bibe store -- bebe store in san francisco today. they held signs discouraging shoppers from going into the store on grant avenue. the group says the rob it fur used for the trim on some clothes comes from animals in china that are abused and killed inhumanely. >> we have shared footage with bebe executives of any malls being strangled, electrocuted, and sometimes even skinned alive for their fur, but the business still continues to support this crew elindustry, and that's why we're -- cruel industry of fur, and that's why we're here today. >> when we contacted bebe about the protests, their response was "no comment." >>> a new experiment is beginning here in the bay area. it's all about instant gratification. john? >> absolutely right. it's a new business model for the post office, and it may actually help some of the local businesses compete with some on- line retailers. letter carriers are delivering more and more packages, about 10% more every year, and the post office needs new revenue. post office officials told me today start
and of course, fur. >> peta is letting shoppers know compassion is the fashion and we're encouraging them not to buy fur or leather. >> reporter: the city even got into the holiday spirit by moving construction equipment on stockton street. it not only reopened the street for shoppers, it temporarily repaved it. but despite department stores at every turn, you didn't have to be a shopper to enjoy the show. >> we don't have this in france, the black friday. so it's kind of cool to see the american culture. >> and if the crowds and bags were any evidence, the american shopping culture was in fine form today. ♪ >> the crowds at one store chain, walmart employees staged protests today. some have walked out over poor conditions, some object to the new black thursday work schedule. others say they aren't safe in the stampedes with the sales. employees handed out flyers and carried out signs. local union members lent their support. >> wages, benefits, those are all the things that a walmart associate needs to feed their family. they can't do that on $8 an hour. >> a spokesman calls the strike
of peta had a full protest and talked about shark fins. >> oftentimes it's obtained by a fishermen who pull the shark to the dock, cut the fin and throw them back in the water to slowly die. >> reporter: governor brown signed the bill despite current laws that already bans the practice of shark finning. >> a governor, there's no such passage is illegal. >> it's just a traditionallal delicacy. something a lot of people like to see. >> reporter: we met a young chinese americans who both likes the soup and supports the shark. >> it's cruel how the way they treat the shark. just dump them back in the water after they cut the fin. >> reporter: the bill takes effect in january but opponents are trying to stop it. in san francisco, i'm john sasaki, ktvu news. >>> we are wrapping up a very nice friday. still clear skies out there for the most part. temperatures dropping off. currently they range from 43 degrees in fairfield to 58 in san francisco. san jose in between at 53 degrees. once again with the recent rainfall we still have quite a bit of moisture on the ground. no rain in the forecast.
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